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calle a personas con apariencia sospechosa. ---la alcaldesa jean quan apoya la contratacion de bratton... la votacion se espera suceda en cualquier momento. cesar ---y precisamente la violencia con las armas de fuego continua implacable en la ciudad de oakland... pitch - blanca ---en esta ocasion, un agente de policia fue baleado durante el cumplimiento de su deber. take vo ---y esta maÑana la policia de esa ciudad realizo una verdadera caceria humana para encontrar a los reponsables de haber abierto fuego contra el policia encubierto. ---despues de varias horas, la policia detuvo a 5 personas bajo sospecha de haber participado en el tiroteo. ---pilar niÑo nos amplia... 0:01 0:08 1:24 1:50 take pkg desde anoche se desato un operativo masivo en oakland, despues de que un oficial que estaba en una operacion encubierta, resultara herido de bala... linda millburn/vecina de la zona unos seis siete policias con pistolas fueron corriendo ahi y dijo metete a la casa y dije hombre que esta pasando la busqueda de los sospechosos se desato anoche en el vecindario alrededor de la avenida seminar
por acompaÑarno s. blanca ---la violencia que plago las calles de oakland regreso este fin de semana.. pitch - cesar ---en un periodo de menos de 48 horas comenzando el viernes por la tarde take vo --- se registraron varias rachas de crimenes violentos que tuvieron mortales consencuenci as y dejaron decenas de heridos.... ---y como nos cuenta pilar nino, algunos piden hacer uso de medidas inusuales mientras que la policia dice que le esta pisando los talones a los culpables..... take 2 box ---adelante pilar, te escuchamos... ;01 ;07 ;22 ;47 1;33 1;46 2;19 asi es y segun las autoridades ya tienen informacion de inteligencia sobre quienes son los responsable de gran parte de esta violencia quince personas fueron baleadas durante este fin de semana en oakland....cuat ro de ellas murieron , todos descritos como afroamerican os, en diferentes tiroteos el viernes....el primero de ellos fue a las dos y media de la tarde en el bloque 2300 de la calle 17 este... mis hijos aqui donde sucedio ese tiroteo es donde ellos juegan, yo vivo a quince pasos de aqui gloria ha sido asaltada y golpeada a
cerca de la esquina de las calles clayton y marsh creek road, esto cerca de la secundaria "diablo view". ---se reporta que algunos estudiantes viajaban en el camion y que algunos sufrieron lesiones leves, las imagenes que ve son de la ambulancia que transporto los lesionados al hospital. blanca ---con bombos y platillos, hoy fue inaugurado el primer vuelo directo desde san jos a japn en 7 aÑos. ---quiz no sea su destino de preferencia, pero el nuevo trayecto promete crear trabajos y una derrama econmica importante para el sur de la baha. stop open roll open take 2 box ---jaime peluffo en vivo nos amplia la informacion.... jaime.. take jaime live cu - peluffo blanca, en medio de polmica por su nuevo avin, la aerolinea all nippon despeg hoy por todo lo alto. :01 - :07 :15 - :18 :33 - :37 :58 - 1:02 1:09 - 1:15 1:25 1:30 trt: 1:41 o.c. y viajar a japón nats.. 1:35:00 dreamliner event raw con un brindis de sake, una cu - peluffo outro de acuerdo a la ciudad, otras aerolineas asiaticas y europeas piensan empezar vuelos desde san jos si a nippon le van bien. este es mi informe blanca, regr
madrugada en el departamento donde vive la familia ubicado sobre la calle "imperial way" en daly city. ---segun la policia, alrededor de las 2 y media de esta madrugada, ambos comenzaron a pelear y fue cuando el hijo apuÑalo al padre 4 veces. ---el hijo tambien sufrio varios golpes a la cabeza y ambos fueron hospitalizados . blanca ---en san francisco, la policia intensifica la busqueda para dar con el paradero ... take vo ....de varios sospechosos de realizar un robo a una casa ubicada sobre la avenida 40 en la parte este de la ciudad. ---de acuerdo a la policia, varios de los residentes de la vivienda estaban dormidos cuando los ladrones irrumpieron en la morada. take 2 box ---angel ayllon salio a investigar y nos amplia la informacion... angel. 0:01 0:12 0:33 1:30 1:46 take pkg ---el sospechoso de asesinar a un acaudalado inversionista del sur de la bahia comparecio hoy ante un juez. take vo ----d'angelo austin, de 21 aÑos, fue instruido de cargos por su presunta participacion en el homicidio de "ravi kumra" y de golpear a la esposa de la victima en la mansion de la pareja ubicad
a su madre en su hogar de la calle "marshfield" en vallejo. ---al llegar, encontraron el cuerpo de la mujer pero aun no determinan de que forma murio. topvo blanca ---un sujeto que se parapeto esta maÑana en un departamento ubicado sobre la avenida fruitvale de oakland termino quitandose la vida. ---agentes del equipo especial de la policia acudieron al domicilio para entregar una orden de desalojo, y al entrar al lugar, el hombre tenia un arma en su poder. ---al salir a pedir mas refuerzos, el hombre se quito la vida. stop open blanca ---hoy en san jose se di inicio a una de las exhibiciones de autos mas populares de toda la bahia... ---gabriela dellan nos trae la historia ... gabriela... 0:08 0:22 blanca ---el gobernador jerry brown, develo hoy su plan de gastos para el estado. take vo ---por primera vez el mandatario informo que el estado proyecta un superavit presupuestal de casi mil millones de dolares. ---ademas brown, planea destinar mas de 2 mil millones de dolares para la educacion pblica, esto gracias al aumento de impuestos aprobado por los electores en noviembre. ---sin e
, se cree que en las calles y carreteras de california podria haber hasta un millon de indocumentad os que circulan sin tener la capacitacion debida o seguro. ---bajo dicho proyecto, el unico requisito seria presentar un documento llamado "itn" que es expedido por el servicio de recaudacion de impuestos para hacer una declaracion fiscal. topvo ---la unica latina en el gabinete del presidente barack obama anuncio hoy que renuncia a su puesto... ---hilda solis, quien hasta hoy fungio como secretaria del trabajo presento su renuncia al mandatarioy dijo que buscara nuevos horizontes y ademas quiere volver a los lugares y gente que la han inspirado. ---antes de asumir su cargo en la administracion del presidente, solis habia representado su distrito del sur de california en el congreso federal... stop open blanca ---hoy se efectuaron trabajos para reforzar el dique del arroyo "san francisquito" en east palo alto, que como usted recordara se desbordo en el mes de diciembre. ---sin embargo esto no trae mucha tranquilidad a los vecinos. ---pilar niÑo converso con algunos de ellos hoy y nos mu
novios. en plena calle abre fuego un adolescente. encuentran asesinado a un ganador de la loterÍa. hace sorprendentes revelaciones la hermana de arturo rivera, y anuncia una posible demanda de la familia de la cantante. esto y mÁs ahora mismo en "primer impacto." ♪ >>> bienvenidos a "primer impacto." >>> gracias por acompaÑarnos. >>> y comenzamos con la captura de perros salvajes que mataron a 4 personas a mordiscos. los familiares siguen sin creer esto. y joaquÍn tiene las imÁgenes. >>> estos perros habrÍan sido los autores de la muerte de 4 personas en un bosque de la capital. en las Últimas horas fueron capturadas 25 de estas fieras. sin embargo, los vecinos del cerro de la estrella insisten que no actuaron solos. >>> le voy a decir una cosa, al rato van a decir que fue el chupacabras. >>> en la cuevas de este cerro se sabe que hay ritos satÁnicos. >>> en el dÍa no, en la noche quiÉn sabe. >>> las vecinas dicen que hay evidencia que manos criminales actuaron. >>> le cortaron un seno, y tambiÉn dicen que fueron los senos. >>> los comentarios a favor y en contra de estos pe
as president obama pushed his plan for immigration reform in las vegas. coming just one day after the senate beat him to the punch, announcing its bipartisan proposal. president obama making remarks in las vegas. the president called for granting a path to citizenship for the estimated 11 million people in the united states, currently illegally. he praised the senate's efforts in announcing an immigration proposal yesterday. that plan had a key provision, requiring tighter border security before any illegal immigrants could get citizenship. that was key to republican support. it also calls for beefing up border security and punishments for businesses that hire illegal immigrants. republicans say they will not sign off on any immigration reform that doesn't put border security first. let's go to carl cameron in washington. how do you break this down? is there a big difference from what you heard from president obama, compared to the bipartisan commission of eight senators yesterday? we heard a lot more from the so-called gang of eight. they got more granular. what we heard from the president
by his superiors in afghanistan. boomer yam had no idea. she got a call saying she had won a contest to come to l.a. from germany and see the parade. >> there is no words to describe it. really thankful they chose my husband too. and this is overwhelming. >> the couple has been married for eight years and he said it was difficult to keep such a huge secret from his wife. >> the reunited family will spend the next five days sightseeing. >> and it's going to be nice and warm down in southern california. not like it is here. >> doesn't that story give you chills? >> i was thinking goose bumps or chills from the cold weather outside. thank you for that. how cold is it be let's head outside right now. looking out towards san francisco where today's high was only in the low 50s. we were averaging 3 and 4 degrees below normal. now temperatures are going downward very rapidly. the red highlighted areas on your tv screen is we have a freeze warning in effect. this does encompass the north bay areas. blue area happens to be around san francisco. just an about everybody is going to be extremely
. caller: hi. thank you for taking my call. i want to say that you're from an organization called la raza, which means "the race." i think you're more representing the hispanic population than any other group out there. in connecticut, i see more hispanic people working retail jobs. i have been out of work since january. they are taking jobs that i cannot do. for instance, landscaping. i live in a townhouse. i treat them nice. it is not fair to let other people have jobs than other people that have been here longer. host: response to that and tell us about la raza. guest: the hispanic community in the united states -- people have come to see hispanics as being immigrants and being undocumented. over 70% of latinos are united states citizens -- 75%. this kind of misconception or somebody sees somebody of hispanic origin in a job and people make the assumption that michael was making in his statement. we have people that just got here and are taking our jobs. 75% have been here since before the birth of the country and have all kinds of immigration experience. i hope that when we talk about
a month ago by his superiors in afghanistan but miriam had no idea. she got a call a week ago saying she had won a contest to come to l.a. from germany and see the parade. >> there's no words to describe it. i'm excited they chose my husband, too. it's overwhelming. >> isn't that great? the family will spend the next five days sight seeing in pasadena. >> i don't know about you, the retune i don't know you get that lump in your throat, it's so amazing. >> i get chills. >> i know. you can't -- >> and then i get chills from the weather, too. >> i knew that was coming. >> never misses a chance. >> got a chill in the air tonight. good evening, and happy new year. we're beginning the new year on a very frosty note. this is the scene from treasure island looking at san fransisco. today's high was in the low 50s and clear skies out there. if you look real close, 79% moon, now we traverse on over and look from oakland towards san fransisco. different view there, you have the embarcadero again, and some of the temperatures, currently mid-30s in livermore and santa rosa, loe 40s in the peninsula.
came to live with him and my stepmother, and it was -- los angeles, there's a small community called highland park, which is in northeast l.a., and it it's predominantly latino, but there was a lot of culture shock in the sense even though a lot of the kids in the class looked like me, latino, black hair, brown eyes, brown skin, last names that i was familiar with, but they all spoke english, a language i couldn't speak, and that's when i realized, you know, sometimes there is a difference between being a child of an imgrant and being a child immigrant, and that's what i was. i was a child immigrant who didn't speak a word of english when she came to the u.s.. >> host: 202 is the area code if you want to talk with the author about her memoir, accident the distance between us," and 585 in the central in the eastern time zones. reyna grande, what is and was your father like when you were growing up? >> guest: well, i don't know what my father was like in mexico because he left when i was two years old, and when i saw him next, i was going on ten so i'm not quite sure, like, what kind o
gregg is live in las vegas where the president just wrapped up his remarks. >> reporter: president obama called important quick passage of immigration reform. he was optimistic saying important first time in many years republicans and democrats seem ready to tackle this problem together. he said if congress doesn't act in a i'mly manner he will push for his own legislation. his plan outlined today provides a path to citizenship. undocumented immigrants would have to register with the practical government, pay pines and taxes, and undergo background checks. but first, increased border security would have to be proven before any reforms take effect. >> thank you. the reason i came here today is because of a challenge where the differences are dwindling. where broad consensus is emerging. and where a call for action can now be heard coming from all across america. i'm here today because the time has come for common sense, comprehensive immigration reform. >> reporter: his plan is just a framework and passage of any legislation is not a given. however, this is seen as an important step on th
since last month's shooting massacre in newtown, connecticut. the nra's chief executive wayne lapierre and former congresswoman gabrielle giffords were two that testified. giffords called on congress to act now. >> speaking is difficult, but i need to say something important. violence is a big problem. too many children are dying. >> the white house is pushing to reinstate a ban on assault weapons, limiting ammunition magazines to 10 rounds and mandating a universal background check. the head of the nra says his group is against the legislation adding more school security and mental health resources will help curb gun violence. >>> maryland governor martin o'malley delivered his seventh state of the state address calling for a reenactment of the ban on assault weapons and also taking on traffic congestion and eliminating the state's death penalty. >> it costs three times as much as locking someone up for life without parole and it cannot be reversed if an innocent person is executed. >> there was mixed reaction to o'malley's address. democrats praised it as a blueprint to move th
. >> it wouldn't be a quick process, but will be a fair process. >> the so-called embrace of immigration reform, but not so fast. >> why are we doing this? the president is in las vegas today. >> back in las vegas. >> he imposes enforcement. >> i believe we need to stay focused on enforcement. >> democrats are not interested in border security. >> that means to continue to strengthen the border security. members of the parties are working on a solution. >> where is the common ground? i don't see it. >> the path to citizenship is a long and arduous one. >> we have to enact a comprehensive immigration reform. >> we are committed to a comprehensive approach. >> i think we're all out there alone folks. >> the question is now simple. do we have the resolve? i believe that we do. i believe that we do. >> president obama went to a high school today in what used to be mexico, las vegas, nevada, to urge congress to overhaul the immigration system. >> today i'm laying out my ideas for immigration reform. and my hope is that this provides some key markers to members of congress as they craft a bill. becau
legislation, added a president obama will outline his plans during a speech in las vegas. he will be speaking at 2:55 p.m. eastern and southern las vegas. you can watch live coverage on our companion network c-span, followed by your phone calls. >> one can't count the times americans say that we are the best country in the world. what a marvelous list of things. of all the countries, everybody thinks this country is pretty good. why do we have to believe that we are the best? what does that mean? and why do we have to a circuit, all of the time? and what does it mean to other people who consume it? american products go around the world, information products go around the world. so you're served by people from every corner of the world. and we teach them not to like us. gratuitously. >> activist and trans-africa founder randall robinson taking your calls, e-mails, facebook comments and tweets. in depth three hours live sunday at noon eastern on booktv on c-span2. >> all of us work hard for causes way before we got to the white house. the white house just was an enormous push up your i think th
that the hispanic caucus don't go to las vegas, don't do it, let the gang of eight do in a bipartisan way. they couldn't help himself. he had doto act like he was calling for it and swoop in to take credit. is that a fair assessment? >> andrea: >> dana: no some ways you could think is an elaborate scheme. rubio could attack obama -- but i don't think that much thought is put in to it. i think he will say i promise this in 2008. i delivered what i could. but the republicans won't help. they threw a monkey wrench in his plans when senator rubio put forward, brought the group of eight together. four republicans and four democrats. look, agreement on principles. and they want to have a hearing. pat laey, senate chairman of the judicialiary committee are going to have hearings on february 13, two weeks from tomorrow. this ball will get going. it's hard to see right now whether president obama helped or hurt the effort today. you could read it either way. most people would say it's not help to fly and do campaign attack and those coming to the table with a sensible plan if you want a solution t
-span. president obama called on congress to pass a comprehensive immigration bill. speaking in las vegas, he complement the efforts of a bipartisan group of senators announced an immigration reform plan yesterday. >> thank you. >> thank you. [applause] >> thank you so much. thank you. well, it is good to be back in las vegas. [applause] and it is good to be among so many good friends. let me start off by thinking -- hanking everybody at del sol high school for hosting us. [applause] go dragons. let me especially thing your outstanding principal. [applause] there are all kinds of notable guests here but i just want to mention a few. first of all, our outstanding secretary of the department of homeland security, and janet napolitano. [applause] our wonderful secretary of the interior ken salazar. [applause] former secretary of labor, hilda solis. [applause] two of the outstanding members of the congressional delegation from nevada, steve and gina. [applause] your own mayor, carolyn goodman. [applause] we also have some mayors who flew in because they know how important issue we are to talk abo
him is -- legging out his immigration priorities. -- in las vegas. we're opening up the phone calls to get your thoughts on immigration. here are the numbers to use if you are a democrat 202-585-385. republicans 202-585-386. also, if you are on twitter, #immigration. as we have been doing throughout the day, opening up facebook. the question there, same one we are asking this afternoon, what are your priorities on immigration policy? albert in maine. caller: ok, in french that is pronounced cartier. i agree wholeheartedly with the president on his policies, but someone should alert the president that the greatest immigration group in the united states was the st. lawrence seaway to chicago to des moines, all through the mississippi valley down to new orleans. remember, the louisiana purchase was from france. he did not include them in the immigrants from other worlds. someone should tell the president that this is a tremendous oversight. host: you are in a border state. is there still could turn and main about immigration? caller: not much concern now, but he cited the american popu
jansing. and right now the president is in the air, flying to las vegas. this afternoon, in a major speech, he will tackle immigration reform. not getting it passed is something he calls the biggest regret of his first term. now, first, he is expected to praise a bipartisan group of senators who presented their plan yesterday. >> a set of principles put forward by this bipartisan group, embraces the path to citizenship. this is a big deal. this is an important development. >> but it appears these eight senators didn't want to follow the president's big speech, so they raced to make their announcement first. and late word this morning that the president, not wanting to rock the boat, will embrace the senate plan. now, whatever the timing, it could be a changing electorate that really is going to help get results. >> the politics on this issue have been turned upside down. for the first time ever, there's more political risk in opposing immigration reform than in supporting it. >> elections. elections. the republican party is losing the support of our hispanic citizens. and we realize that t
of the line. this is what the president told the crowd of a high school in las vegas today. >> the reason i came here today is because of a challenge where the differences are dwindling, where a broad consensus is emerging, and where a call for action can now be heard coming from all across america. i'm here today because the time has come for common sense, comprehensive immigration reform. the time is now. >> arizona governor jan brewer's been one of the president's most harsh critics on immigration. she's here to tell me what she thinks of this development today. welcome to you. how are you? >> i'm just fine, piers, thanks for having me on. >> always a pleasure. now, we've seen you on tarmacs jabbing your finger at the president in the past over this very contentious issue. what is your verdict on what he announced today? >> well, you know, i'm just absolutely thrilled that we've got the president talking about solutions and also i'm very grateful that we've got a bipartisan effort in the senate to try to address the issue that america, the united states has been facing. bottom line is i'
exploited children. special agents say over the past two months, what's called operation sunflower has identified 123 sexually exploited children, some as young as 2, that led to the arrest of 245 people. at the news conference in l.a., agents showed pictures of two more suspects, a man and a woman, asking the public for help in identifying them. >> we still don't have any solid clues about who these two people are or where they might be. that is why we're appealing for the public's help today. >> officials say photos of the couple sexually assaulting a young girl first turned up in a 2007 child pornography investigation. >>> and three senators are turning up the heat on the cia over the movie "zero dark thirty." senators john mccain, dianne feinstein and carl leaven have already complained that the movie erroneously implies that the u.s. used torture in the hunt for osama bin laden. now they're trying to find out if cia officials deliberately misled filmmakers. lawmakers sent a letter to the cia director this past week, requesting all documents the agency provided to the filmmakers. >
weapons. he takes on critics who want to expand background checks. lapierre will say, and i quote, when it comes to the issue of background checks, let's be honest. they'll never be universal because criminals will never submit to them. the nra is calling on members to show their support in a big way. the political arm just sent a mass e-mail calling for all members to show up tomorrow and, quote, pack the hearing room. all this with emotional hearings going on in connecticut. that's where the governor's bipartisan task force on gun violence prevention is going on in hartford. connecticut already has some of the toughest gun laws in the country. some of the sandy hook parents argue to make them even stricter. they faced opposition from vocal opponents in the crowd. >> reporter: metal detectors, heavy security and a sign on the door reading, no guns allowed. that's what greeted hundreds attending this connecticut hearing on gun loss. >> try to put yourself in the place i'm in. not a good feeling to look at your child in a casket or with your child with a bullet wound to the forehead. >>
started a business. sandy, before you were checking bags at la guardia? >> yeah. i was checking bags 'cause i love airplanes. i love to be around them and that's what i went to school for. rocket scientist, you can call me. >> gretchen: now you're on reality tv. mike, they call you the brains and muscle of the grew. you're getting a law degree? >> yeah. >> gretchen: gauge, you have been a model for jose cuervo and coke and you're the artist? >> i'm the artist of the group. i also have a nonprofit organization, teach film making to kids. >> gretchen: donnie, the comic relief of the group. there is time for joke when is you're doing handiwork? >> there is always time for a good joke. >> gretchen: when you guys -- what is the key to being hot and handy at the same time? >> patience. >> tank top. >> you have to be hot and you also have to have the skills to back it up. >> gretchen: we'll pet you to the test this morning. you're going to put up a big screen television for us. do you always work together or is it always a one-guy job? >> no, we always work as a team. that is why -- everybo
people their bizarre interpretations of sri lanka with amputations -- in interpretations of share real la -- sharia law with amputations and they destroyed monuments in timbuktu and and more. and their so-called the high against the world, to train fighters how to do that. those are their objectives. as far as what the french are bringing to the fight, i think this intervention, however necessary, the french were not able to bring to bear the forced that perhaps their grandfathers' would have under the same circumstances. the required health from great britain and canada and ultimately the united states for airlift, refueling help from the danes, now the u.s. will help to fuel the airplanes. certainly there's european investment that is telling appeared that will be the real question. having retaken timbuktu and ultimately two other towns, how the french and african countries are even more poorly resourceful. the topography is a little different from the analogy you mentioned, but there will be a garrison surrounded by a vast expanse which is controlled by the enemy. that will be really t
anything. there is no blood oath. it is that is who i am going to be meeting with. but i am going to call it as i see it. host: senator angus king, justin is on the phone, las vegas. caller: can you support earmarks as a way to get congressmen to talk to each other again? guest: earmarks and pork are in the same category. the idea of these tiny things going into a larger appropriations bill that nobody knows about or sees i do not think is a good idea. i think this process should be opened. there should be a justification for it. it should be part of an open process. the second part of your question, getting congressman to talk to each other is really important. one of the problems here -- i do not know if you're watching earlier, but i mentioned that i work here almost 40 years ago -- is relationships. one of the things that has changed is that the airline service is so much better, everyone goes home for the weekend. most senators' families are back home. the relationships are not built. that is one of the things that makes it hard to get anything done. i am convinced that this fiscal c
crashed into a store. ktvu's janine de la vega just arrived on the scene. janine? >> reporter: we're here at 85. right behind me, you can see a tow truck is pulling out this mobile dog spa, grooming van. it's called just for paws. it has gone and completely crashed into this smoke shop here located into this strip mall i just spoke with police a short time ago and they tell me that this accident all happened at 6:30 this morning. and apparently what happened is somebody who works for the just for paws mobile spa company left this unit basically unattended, was warming it up either in a parking lot or their driveway. when they came out, they found it was stolen. next thing you know, a couple of hours later, police say that they get a call from somebody passing by saying that this van has just crashed into the smoke shop called up in smoke and they saw four young men running away from the van. we don't know if anybody was hurt. as far as we know, the four suspects have not been caught. just a lot of damage left over here in this smoke shop. we just got here so we haven't been able to speak
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